The 2021-22 academic year at the British International School of Ljubljana has had an excellent start, open now for four weeks, with lessons running as normal in the classroom, educational trips and a varied after-school provision in full swing.
The first lessons have already taken place in their new building, and this high-quality addition to BISL’s campus will provide the community with the finest facilities to work with and create incredible learning opportunities for the students.
As an outstanding school, BISL is proud to be a truly international community, with students from over 40 different nationalities and an extensive English provision to ensure students grow into well-rounded global citizens.
Promoting a love of literacy, reading and learning is at the heart of BISL’s curriculum, and with a new library, the upcoming Story Time sessions are a wonderful opportunity to get the wider community involved.
“We are delighted with our new building, it is an excellent addition to our growing school campus which provides our students with further opportunities to develop their literacy skills. I really look forward to joining our staff in these Story Time sessions with young learners, it is a thoroughly enjoyable way to spread a passion for reading.” - Paul Walton, Principal
As part of the Early Years curriculum, children are given access to a wide range of reading materials and are encouraged to develop their confidence and skills in expressing themselves. The learning is linked through topics, to help the children make connections and apply what they have learnt in a range of situations.
If you have children aged 3-6 and are looking to make new friends in a fun, multi-cultural setting, if they love stories and are interested in learning English, sign up for one or more of these Story Time sessions at BISL:
- Thursday, September 23 | 15:00 - 16:30
- Thursday, October 7 | 9:00 - 10:30
- Thursday, October 21 | 15:00 - 16:30
- Thursday, November 4 | 9:00 - 10:30
Numbers are limited, so please register here to avoid disappointment. Note that visitors will be asked to show proof of PCT upon arrival.